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i asked him to clarify "3×3×3=27 possible sequences of events", which is addressing his question directly. i have no idea what he means. perhaps you could clarify. is OP trying to construct some kind of 3x3x3 sample space of independent events? the first post by clarinetist is similar to my observation about constructing a 3x3x3 sample space (not a sequence).
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yes, a true statement, i suppose, but i'm pretty sure i'm NOT using the same reasoning, so i don't understand how your reply applies to my comment.
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not sure i follow your reasoning. yes, most people would like to believe they chose the correct door on the first pick. at 1/100 odds they clearly won't chose the prize most of the time. with 100 doors those odds are obviously skewed against the participant. with three doors not so clear. what is wrong with my reasoning?
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